New, Natural and Trending!

Hungry GirlHungry Girl says it best – “remember when fiber-boosted foods were the hot new thing? This year, adding protein seems to be the cool-kid move… and we’re not complaining!” Following this year’s Natural Products Expo West, Hungry Girl explains “a 2/3-cup serving of Barbara’s Better Granola — already on shelves — has 210 calories and a whopping 9 – 10g protein (PointsPlus® value 5 – 6*). Better indeed…” View the full piece herePRODUCT_THUMB

What This Staff Loved About Better Granola



Women’s Running shares 5 “Runtastic” product favorites from the team, including Barbara’s Better Granola. The editor has “long been a fan of Barbara’s cereals, so when [she] saw they were coming out with a granola,” she couldn’t resist! Sometimes difficult to find a “healthy” option, the editor chooses Better Granola, which “packs in 10g of protein in 2/3 cup (and 7g of sugar).” View the full piece hereOats & Honey

Cereal Shouldn’t Taste Like Twigs


According to Prevention, it’s hard to “escape occasional cravings for sugary cereals for breakfast (or lunch or dinner).” But it’s a good thing that healthy varieties like Barbara’s Original Puffins, “pack tons of flavor with 6 or fewer grams of sugar per 3/4 cup serving. The piece explains Original Puffins as “crunchy pillows come with a hint of molasses” and “made with non-GMO corn bran that’s also high in fiber.” View the full piece here.


This is the way to start breakfast!

Supermarket Guru

The Supermarket Guru himself chooses Better Granola Oats & Honey as “the way to start breakfast!” With “only 7 grams of sugars and 3 1/2 grams of fat with 10 grams of protein, 6 grams of fiber and 30 grams of whole grains per two-thirds cup serving,” Better Granola packs in all of the taste, nutrition and value to be the Supermarket Guru’s “Pick of the Week.” View the full piece here.


Healthy Can Be Tasty Too!

Refinery29 According to Refinery 29, cereal is a “childhood staple.” It’s “a fast, easy and inexpensive meal or even speedy snack,” but oftentimes packed with sugar and unhealthy fats. This helpful roundup breaks down the healthy versions behind the sugary options of our pastime, including Barbara’s Original Puffins, “crunchy, dairy- and wheat-free, only lightly sweetened, and relatively high in fiber,” Cinnamon Puffins with “six grams each of fiber and sugar, so they taste great while keeping you full, plus Barbara’s Snackimals and Vanilla Blast Cereal. View the full piece here.